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Gothe Narasimhachar

Sri Gothe Narasimhacharya

Honorary Advisory Board Member

Pt. Narasimhacharya Gothe


  • Pt. Narasimhacharya Gothe obtained his primary education in the divya sannidhi of Yalagur Pranadevaru. 

  • He then studied Nyaya, Vyakarana and Vedanta in Shri Satyadhyana Vidyapeetha at Mumbai for 15 years with specialization in Dasa Sahitya.

  • In 2007, Shri Satyatma Teertharu gave him an ankita as “Asangha Vithala” and with this ankita, he has composed many kritis. 

  • He completed Sudha Mangala in 2009.

​Patha Pravachana

  • As per the aagye of Parama Pujya 1008 Sri Satyatma Teerth Swamigalu and with the blessings of his guru Pujya Pt. Vidyasimhachar Mahuli, Acharyaru has been doing Patha, Pravachana in Coimbatore and has been the coordinator of Vishwa Madhwa Maha Parishat (VMMP) Coimbatore (a unit of Uttaradi Math) since 2011. 

  • For 5 days every month in the past 3 years, Pt. Narashimhachar Gothe has conducted regular classes in Saibaba Colony Satsanga, Coimbatore covering “Sarasa Bharati Vilaasa” and “Hari Bhakti Saara” topics and currently “Bhagavad Geeta” class is being conducted in this venue. 

  • In Shri Gopala Krishna Temple in Sami Iyer New Street in Coimbatore, Achar has been delivering regular lectures on “Bhagavatha” for 2 years. Subsequently, lectures on “Mahabharata Adi Parva” and “Hari Vamsha” were also delivered. In the same venue, regular classes were conducted on “Harikathamrutasara Arthaanusandhaana” for 25 Sandhis by Pt. Narasimhachar Gothe.

  • Classes on “Gopi Geeta”, “Phalavidu Baldudake”, “Dashaavataara Stuti” etc., and many stotras have been held every month for about 4 to 5 days in Singanallur. Apart from this classes on “Sandhya Vandane” and “Devara Pooja” were held in many places across Coimbatore.

  • Both Direct and Online classes on “Sarva Moola” are currently held in Uttaradi Mutt in Telugu Brahmin Street.

​Bhagavata Saptaha
Every year, Pt. Sri. Narasimha Acharya Gothe goes to a Swayamvyakta Kshetra for 9 day Garbha Vaasa and delivers Bhagavata Saptaha Pravachana in that Kshetra. Shrirangam, Naimisharanya, Sukhasthala, Thothaathri are some such Kshetras where he has delivered Bhagavatha Sapthaha Pravachana. So far, he has completed Bhagavata Mangala for 90 times.

​Paraayana & Homa

  • Regular Parayana of “Vishnu Sahasra Naama”, “Sundara Kanda Ramayana” and “Hari Vayu Stuti Purascharana” have been done every Sunday in the houses of various sajjanaas for several years and it is continuing till date under the leadership of Pt. Narasimhachar Gothe.

  • Every Adhika Maasa, various Homa and Pooja are performed including Pavamaana Homa (in 33 Kundagalu), Dampathi Pooje (with 33 Dampathigalu), Brihati Sahasra Homa (with 108 Silver Kalashagalu) etc. under the leadership of Pt. Narasimhachar Gothe.

Founder of Aadhyatma Vidyalaya

  • Aadhyatma Vidyalaya was established by Pt. Narasimhacharya Gothe in Feb 2011 with the blessings of Parama Pujya Sri Sri Satyaatma Teertha Swamiji. This Vidyalaya is a branch of Vishwa Madhwa Maha Parishat. 

  • For the past 10 years, Pt. Sri. Narasimhacharya Gothe has been teaching Dvaita Siddhanta related Stotras, Taaratamya, Phalavidu Baldudake, Harikathamrutasara etc. to numerous students of this vidyalaya with the anugraha of his guru Pt. Shri Vidyasimhachar Mahuli.  

  • Every year Shibira is conducted during summer vacation for the benefit of young students (both boys and girls). In this programme spanning 10 days, the students are blessed with the knowledge related to their Nitya Karmanushtana. They also get the opportunity to learn various stotras and devara namas.

  • Drama Performances by children are organized every year to cultivate interest towards Adhyatma in young minds and simultaneously educate them about our great epics like Ramayana & Mahabharatha.

  • Religious tour is organized by the vidyalaya to various religious places and Punya Kshetras like Tirukovilur, Trimoorty hills etc.

  • Students of Aadhyatma Vidyalaya (Coimbatore) participate in the Quiz Competition conducted every year as part of the Aradana Mahothsava of Sri Raguttama Gurugalu in Tirukoilur and have bagged the First Prize in a couple of occasions.

  • Sow. Keerthana, a student of this Vidyalaya has memorized (Kanta Paata) 28 sandhis of Sri Harikathamruthasara.

  • Some students of this Vidyalaya like Sow. R. Shrinidhi, Sow. M. Shrinidhi, Sow. Keerthana are well-versed in Chakrabja Mandala. Sow M. Shrinidhi has prepared a PowerPoint Presentation of Chakrabja Mandala. Sow R. Shrinidhi has gained the knowledge of “Names of all kings of Surya Vamsha and Chandra Vamsha”. Sow Nirupama is well-versed with “Taaratamya”. Sow S. Chandrika has mastered “Tatva Vruksha”. Sow T.R. Chandrika has gained the knowledge of all Indian Philosophers.

​Coordinator of Sourabha Dasa Sahitya Vidyalaya

  • Sourabha Dasa Sahitya Vidyalaya was started by Parama Pujya Sri Sri Satyaatma Teertha Swamiji. The students of this Vidyalaya learn various topics of Dasa Sahitya as a structured course spanning five years and write exams every semester based on the prescribed syllabus.

  • Regular classes have been conducted for the Sourabha Vidyalaya students by Pt. Sri. Narasimhachar Gothe in Shri Gopala Krishna Temple for the past 2 years and the corresponding exams were also conducted at the same venue.

​Coordination of events during Swaamiji's Visits

  • Parama Pujya Sri Sri Satyaatma Teertha Swamiji has visited Coimbatore several times to bestow his paramaanugraha on Coimbatore people. During such visits in 2011 and 2014, members of Aadhyatma Vidyalaya eagerly extended their service in several dharmic activities like Free Medical Camp, Daana for poor people, Meravanige (Procession), Fancy Dress and Drama Competitions etc. During these events, many prominent persons of Coimbatore were honoured with Awards in recognition of their contribution to the society.

  • During Swamiji's visits, Dasa Sahitya Competitions are held at a grand level and participants who excel in the competitions are honored with appropriate Titles. Smt. Shridevi Rajagopal was awarded with the Title “Haridasa Padanidhi”.

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